Re: Candidates for Friday Five



On Wed, Apr 19, 2017 at 10:25 PM, Bill Coffin <billcoffin68@gmail.com> wrote:
1. Romantic competence, healthy relationship functioning, and well-being in emerging adults






2. Project Gutenberg's How to be Happy Though Married, by Edward John Hardy







3. 
Implementing Evidence-Based Prevention by Communities to Promote Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Health in Children: Proceedings of a Workshop–in Brief
Implementing Evidence-Based Prevention by Communities to Promote Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Health in Children: Proceedings of a Workshop–in Brief

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4. Ready to split? Why a date night might save your marriage

Anna Tyzack







5.What I Learned About Love After Being Rejected By A Guy Over Sex





6. 

Video: "The Power of the Adolescent Brain with Frances Jensen"






7. 

On Friday 17th March Pact was delighted to host the annual Sir Harold Hood Memorial Lecture and Symposium, with guest speaker and foremost international expert on relationship education, Professor Galena Rhoades. We were also pleased to hear from The Rt. Rev. Bishop Richard Moth, (RC Liaison Bishop for Prisons), Simon Pellew OBE, CEO of the Society of Analytical Psychology and Oonagh Ryder, Policy Officer at CLINKS.

 

Speaking to a packed lecture theatre, courtesy of London Southbank University, Prof. Rhoades delivered a stimulating, thought-provoking and entertaining lecture, described by one delegate as a ‘Master Class in Relationship Education.’







​8. ​GENERATIONAL DIFFERENCES DURING YOUNG ADULTHOOD: FAMILIES AND HOUSEHOLDS OF BABY BOOMERS AND MILLENNIALS




OR





9. 
Why The Success of Your Marriage Matters to My Kids

laceykeigley





10. 
They are Watching: Child Wellbeing and Parent Interaction

Dr. Scott Stanley







11. ​The kindle edition of this wonderful new book will be free this weekend... see http://bentoleal.com/

Go to "4 Essential Keys to Effective Communication in Love, Life, Work--Anywhere!: A How-To Guide for Practicing the Empathic Listening, Speaking, and Dialogue Skills to Achieve Relationship Success" page

Candidates for Friday Five

1. Romantic competence, healthy relationship functioning, and well-being in emerging adults






2. Project Gutenberg's How to be Happy Though Married, by Edward John Hardy







3. 
Implementing Evidence-Based Prevention by Communities to Promote Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Health in Children: Proceedings of a Workshop–in Brief
Implementing Evidence-Based Prevention by Communities to Promote Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Health in Children: Proceedings of a Workshop–in Brief

Download Free PDF
















4. Ready to split? Why a date night might save your marriage

Anna Tyzack







5.What I Learned About Love After Being Rejected By A Guy Over Sex





6. 

Video: "The Power of the Adolescent Brain with Frances Jensen"






7. 

On Friday 17th March Pact was delighted to host the annual Sir Harold Hood Memorial Lecture and Symposium, with guest speaker and foremost international expert on relationship education, Professor Galena Rhoades. We were also pleased to hear from The Rt. Rev. Bishop Richard Moth, (RC Liaison Bishop for Prisons), Simon Pellew OBE, CEO of the Society of Analytical Psychology and Oonagh Ryder, Policy Officer at CLINKS.

 

Speaking to a packed lecture theatre, courtesy of London Southbank University, Prof. Rhoades delivered a stimulating, thought-provoking and entertaining lecture, described by one delegate as a ‘Master Class in Relationship Education.’







​8. ​GENERATIONAL DIFFERENCES DURING YOUNG ADULTHOOD: FAMILIES AND HOUSEHOLDS OF BABY BOOMERS AND MILLENNIALS




OR





9. 
Why The Success of Your Marriage Matters to My Kids

laceykeigley





10. 
They are Watching: Child Wellbeing and Parent Interaction

Dr. Scott Stanley







11. ​The kindle edition of this wonderful new book will be free this weekend... see http://bentoleal.com/

Go to "4 Essential Keys to Effective Communication in Love, Life, Work--Anywhere!: A How-To Guide for Practicing the Empathic Listening, Speaking, and Dialogue Skills to Achieve Relationship Success" page

Fwd: Cohabiting Parents Differ from Married Parents in 3 Big Ways, Teen Dating Violence Strong Predictor of Future Domestic Abuse, LIVE No Jerks training, Gottman Institute Looking for Affair Recovery Couples, 2017 NARME Summit


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From: Nat'l Assoc. for Relationship & Marriage Education (NARME) <julie@narme.org>
Date: Thu, Apr 6, 2017 at 11:06 AM
Subject: Cohabiting Parents Differ from Married Parents in 3 Big Ways, Teen Dating Violence Strong Predictor of Future Domestic Abuse, LIVE No Jerks training, Gottman Institute Looking for Affair Recovery Couples, 2017 NARME Summit
To: billcoffin68@gmail.com



Exciting Times Ahead at the 2017 NARME Summit!
 
Each year at the NARME Summit, we believe having the opportutnity to network with other attendees is just as important as taking in the educational opportunities.  We will be taking advantage of the beautiful weather and scenery Denver has to offer and hosting this year's networking event at Washington Park, one of the largest and most popular parks in the city.

Don't miss out on a night full of fun and outdoor games while getting the chance to meet new people from around the country doing the same work to strengthen families...you never know what connections you will make! Dinner will be catered by one of Denver's favorite food trucks, Maine Street BBQ...delicious bbq with an east coast twist!

Sign up during registration, the cost is just $20. 

If you haven't checked out the broad array of training, and workshop opportunities available at this year's Summit,  Click here to check out the Summit

New to the plenary line up are Hal Runkel, and Sam Himelstein.  They along with Michele Weiner Davis, Scott Stanley, John Van Epp, Morgan Cutlip, Jim Thomas and others will be taking center stage to bring us the latest research and information to help us in our efforts to strengthen families in our communities.

We are very excited about the huge renovation The Tech Center Marriott has just completed.  We think you are going to love it!  Chick here for more information about the Tech Center Marriott
Interested in Exhibiting and/or Advertising at the 2017 NARME Summit?
We are looking for exhibitors and advertisers who wish to display materials, resources, and/or services to attendees. 

Exhibiting is a great opportunity to share about your programs and connect with new faces! Space is limited. For more information on exhibits and advertising,
Study Shows: Children Have a Stable Home Environment and Perform Better in School if their Biological Father lives with Them
Children are healthier and more likely to grow up with a good education and get a good job if their biological father lives with them, research reveals.
But when a stepfather moves into a family home there are no benefits for the children, the pioneering study of British families found. Read More...
LIVE No Jerks training in Georgia
Attend a live instructor training of How to Avoid Falling in Love with a Jerk (ette) taught by Dr. John Van Epp.

May 18 and 19 from 8am-5pm

First Baptist Jonesboro

Click here for more information
 
Teen Dating Violence Strong Predictor of Future Domestic Abuse
Teens who experience violence in dating relationships are more likely to suffer from domestic abuse as an adult, according to a new study from the University of Calgary.
The study, led by Faculty of Social Work researcher Deinera Exner-Cortens and published in the Journal of Adolescent Health, suggests that adolescent dating violence is a strong predictor that someone will suffer future abuse. Read More...

Brookings: Cohabiting Parents Differ from Married Parents in 3 Big Ways
Here are two important, largely uncontested facts: Family stability is important for childhood outcomes. All else equal, children raised in stable families are healthier, better educated, and more likely to avoid poverty than those who experience transitions in family structure. Read More...
 
Accepting Nominations for the 
Joseph L. Hernandez Impact Award
NARME is pleased to announce a new national award which will be presented each year at our annual Summit.  The Joseph L. Hernandez Impact Award will be presented to honor and recognize an individual across America whose passion, leadership, and life-long commitment have made a significant impact advancing our common vision to foster education for healthy marriages, responsible fathers, and strong families. 
 
The criteria for individuals nominated for the annual Joseph L. Hernandez Impact Award will be a leader who:

  • Has the passion, leadership, and life-long commitment that has made a significant impact advancing our common vision to foster education for healthy marriages, responsible fathers, and strong families
  • Has improved relationships for a sustained period of time
  • Serves their local community
  • Mentors future leaders in the field
  • Equips and encourages the under-served
  • Engages in lifetime learning 
Please submit your nominations to info@narme.org.  Nominations should be 300 words or less.  

The Deadline for nominations is midnight ET May 14, 2017.

Gottman Institute Looking for Participants for Affair Recovery Research Study
Has your relationship, or the relationship of someone you know, experienced an emotional or sexual affair? The Gottman Institute is offering couples greatly discounted therapy in specific geographic areas in exchange for their participation in a new study on affair recovery. Limited space available.
Read More....
Generational Differences During Young Adulthood: Families and Households of
Baby Boomers and Millennials
In 1980, the majority (68%) of Baby Boomers aged 25-34 were married. However, in 2015, only 40% of Millennials were married. In 2015, the majority of Millennials had never married (53%) compared to 20% of Baby Boomers in 1980.
Read More...
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Candidates for Friday Five

1. More unmarried couples with children breaking up than
​ ​
married couples for first time, ONS figures show






​5. Putting Evidence at the Heart of Making Policy





6. Empowering Disconnected Youth:The Protective Factors of  Healthy Relationship Education
When: Wednesday, April 12, 4:00 pm Eastern/
1:00 pm Pacific

Duration: 60 minutes

Cost: Free!






​7. ​THE END OF EARLY MARRIAGE: YOUNG AMERICANS WOULD RATHER GO TO COLLEGE THAN SAY 'I DO'













































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Candidates for Friday Five 173

1. 
Principles and Practices for Federal Program Evaluation: Proceedings of a Workshop–in Brief
Principles and Practices for Federal Program Evaluation: Proceedings of a Workshop–in Brief

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2. Older women having babies may replace immigrants in replenishing the workforce

TIM HENDERSON

Stateline.org

http://www.sanluisobispo.com/news/nation-world/national/article141028868.html





3. Leading relationships charities lift the lid on couple relationships in the UK






4. The Many Faces of Military Families: Unique Features of the Lives of Female Service Members.









5. The Families and Children Activity Industry List









7. Responsible fatherhood: He’s been a key voice in the national conversation




8. Cost of housing deters marriage, childbirth: report

Byun Hee-jin






9. States Give New Parents Baby Boxes To Encourage Safe Sleep Habits
MAUREEN PAO





10. Tuesday, April 4, 2017 | 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Welfare reform lessons from the UK: A discussion with the Rt. Hon. Iain Duncan Smith MP